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Terracycle expands recycling options for pet owners with Wellness

Pet food producer Wellness is the first U.S.-based pet food brand to make its packaging nationally recyclable through a partnership with TerraCycle.  Wellness consumers can earn money for the TruFood packaging they recycle through TerraCycle’s Wellness Pet Food Brigade. Those interested can register … Continue reading

NJ Dog Blog · Apr 7, 2016

Can Your Family Reduce Just 1 lb. of Waste?

Did you know that April is Earth Month? It is a pretty important month seeing as we all have to live here as do our future generations. Earth Month is a reminder that we need to keep the planet healthy … Continue reading

Mom and More blog · Apr 6, 2016

Russo Music Offers Free Guitar Restring and Recycle

On the cusp of a weekend that’s sure to offer an eclectic array of musical performances and shows, Lake Avenue based Russo Music is hosting a free guitar restring and recycling event. Starting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, guitarists can bring their … Continue reading

Asbury Park Sun · Apr 5, 2016

The Economics of Waste

Many individuals are under the impression that some materials, products and forms of packaging are not recyclable by design or composition. While this is a commonly held belief among many people across the world, it is simply untrue. The real … Continue reading

The Huffington Post · Apr 5, 2016

The Butt of the Problem: Calls for Change in Battling Cigarette Litter

Cigarette butts are not normally given top billing in discussions about tobacco-related problems. But they should be, according to environmental experts. The USDA estimates that about 360 billion cigarettes are consumed in the U.S. each year. Close to two-thirds of those butts … Continue reading

Necn.com · Apr 4, 2016

What you need to know about Juicero, the new controversial juicer

Everyone’s talking about Juicero, a just-launched, cold-pressed juicer for home use that’s incredibly novel in its ability to liquify your veggies. The San Francisco start-up has raised a whopping $100 million from investors and is about to raise more. Given the … Continue reading

Wellandgood.com · Apr 4, 2016

Recycle Musically This Earth Day

Environmentalists who play the guitar—listen up. The Instrumental Music Center is celebrating Earth Day and National Guitar Month in a way that will help you rock your world. The center will host a guitar recycling and restringing event on Thursday, April … Continue reading

Tuscon Weekly · Apr 1, 2016

Keep America Beautiful program achieves 52% cigarette litter reduction in various communities

National nonprofit Keep America Beautiful’s 2015 Cigarette Litter Prevention Program helped to achieve a 52% reduction in cigarette litter in the participating communities, marking a 4% increase over its 2014 outcome. Moving forward, the nonprofit will award 49 grants worth a … Continue reading

Waste Dive · Mar 31, 2016

Will cigarette recycling cans encourage smoking?

In February, the San Francisco school board voted to let city middle schools give condoms to students. The controversial decision made headlines. Will access to condoms encourage kids to have sex? Or is The City simply helping students have sex safely? … Continue reading

San Francisco Examiner · Mar 30, 2016

Where Can I Recycle Instrument Strings?

Calling all musicians! What happens when you break a string? You toss them in the trash, right? Most people do, and these strings are contributing to the more than 1.5 million pounds of string metal sitting in landfills every year. However, … Continue reading

Green Philly Blog · Mar 30, 2016

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